The 2006 Rose Bowl between Texas and USC was an unforgettable one, whether you were in the stadium or watching from home. Watch it again tonight at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN and the ESPN App.
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- FSU RB Corbin ruled eligible for 2020 season
- LSU-Florida St. to kick off 2022, 2023 seasons
- LB Jennings, No. 48 in '21 class, commits to FSU
- Ex-FSU TE McKitty to join UGA as grad transfer
Florida State running back Jashaun Corbin has been ruled eligible for the 2020 season after transferring from Texas A&M in December.
Missing the NCAA tournament and spring football? Well, here's an early look at what might happen if Mike Leach had his way and we had a 64-team college football playoff.
Can anyone compete with Clemson, is North Carolina QB Sam Howell ready to be a star and more questions as the ACC gets rolling this spring.
There are 12 five-star college football prospects in the latest ESPN Jr. 300, one of whom was previously unranked.
This year's coaching cycle saw few high-profile jobs open, while Mike Leach and Lane Kiffin move to the state of Mississippi.
Florida State has gone 18-20 over the past three seasons, but Mike Norvell may be the coach who can right the ship.
Clemson might have fallen short in the national championship game, but for the second straight year, the Tigers enter the season as the top team according to ESPN's Football Power Index.
The first version of SP+ rankings for 2020 has Alabama at No. 1 and is surprisingly high on Texas. Where does your team fit?
This is your one-stop shop for all the latest coaching moves, from hirings, hot seats and more.
LSU and Florida State will face each other on Labor Day weekend to start the 2022 and 2023 seasons.
New quarterbacks at LSU, Alabama and Oklahoma and familiar coaches in new places have us eager to kick off the 2020 season.
Linebacker Branden Jennings, the No. 48 overall recruit in the ESPN 300 for the Class of 2021, has committed to FSU. His father, Bradley Jennings, played for the Seminoles in the late '90s and early 2000s.
Now that the 2020 recruiting cycle has concluded, we rank college football's top 75 classes.
Will Bama start a freshman? How will Georgia move on from Jake Fromm? Which transfers are ready to start? We break down the most interesting QB battles for 2020.
We will be providing the latest recruiting news, signings, analysis and class rankings for college football's February signing period.
While most ESPN 300 prospects signed in December, Wednesday's national signing day will greatly impact college football.
Kevin Negandhi kicks off the podcast with ESPN.com senior college football writer Andrea Adelson, rundowning all of the big offseason coaching moves. They get into Ed Reed's hiring as chief of staff at Miami, the surprising hires of Lane Kiffin at Ole Miss and Mike Leach at Mississippi (11:57), Greg Schiano's return to Rutgers, Mike Norvell attempting to turn around Florida State (20:29), Nick Rolovich providing continuity at Washington State, Baylor picking a defense-oriented coach in Dave Arranda, and why Eli Drinkwitz going to Missouri is Andrea's most intriguing hire of the offseason. Later, Kevin and Andrea remember their friend ESPN college football reporter Ed Aschoff (31:51) with memories, the Ed Aschoff Memorial Fund at the University of Florida and his love for Godzilla.
Before a surprisingly interesting second wave of head coach hires, the real intrigue in this year's college coaching carousel came with the coordinator changes.
In our second-to-last installment, we look back on a classic Rose Bowl, an impossible-to-believe Egg Bowl and everything in between.
The season just ended, but we're already picking the best of the best for 2020, including Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence and LSU receiver Ja'Marr Chase.
Now that underclassmen have decided whether to stay in college or go pro, we examine which schools benefited the most and which ones lost out.
In this second installment, we're focusing on the most exciting upsets and near upsets of the year, from Georgia State's shocking win over Tennessee to Notre Dame's escape against Virginia Tech.
A 150-member blue-ribbon panel ranks the 150 greatest players in the sport's entire history and the running backs are the clear stars.